I especially love her platters, just a few of which are shown below:
prices can be seen here.
Laura Zindel Ceramics are designed by Laura Zindel-Lauterbach and her husband Thorsten Zindel Lauterbach. The two live in Southern Vermont in a very old farmhouse. Laura has a BFA in Ceramics from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Massachusetts.
Hand built and slip cast with low fire white earthenware and glazed with non-toxic low fire glazes. The images are original pencil drawings drawn by the artist. The images are then printed with enamel and become a ceramic transfer. The images are then individually collaged to each piece and fired permanently to the surface. This technique is a modern version of what was once called transferware, first introduced in the 1700s.
*Each piece is individually made and variations may occur during the kiln firing.
Glaze colors tend to vary slightly and size is approximate due to shrinkage.
All work is food sage. Please advise careful non-abrasive washing with warm soapy water, for brilliant, long-lasting life of the glazed surfaces. It is not advised to place pieces in the oven, and should be used as serving dishes only. Dinnerware can be lightly microwaved and put in the dishwasher. All other pieces should be hand washed.
See all her work here.
339 Coolidge Highway
Guilford, Vermont 05301
You can purchase her items at The Artful Home as well.